Tue 3 Oct

2Faced Dance Company


£16 (£12 concessions)

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OUTLANDS is a vivacious and gripping evening of contemporary dance that showcases and celebrates three female choreographers commissioned as part of 2Faced Dance Company’s The BENCH INDIA and UK programme.

This unique one-off programme of work features Hemabharathy Palani, Roonita Mookerji from India and Emma Jayne Park from the UK.

These extraordinary female choreographers present an intimate evening of work to mark the deep cultural ties between India and the UK as part of UK-India Year of Culture 2017.


Stay after the show for a Q&A with the artists

About 2Faced Dance Company

“To produce the most innovative choreography, design and performance whilst engaging, challenging and inspiring different sectors of society through our education and community programmes.” 

2Faced Dance is one of the UK’s leading and award-winning male, urban contemporary dance companies.  Founded in 1999 by Artistic Director Tamsin Fitzgerald, 2Faced Dance has established a unique physical language that combines athletic contemporary dance with heart in the mouth breakdance moves. Fitzgerald’s innovative choreography has gained the company national and international acclaim in the arts, commercial and education sectors.

Bold, risk taking and adrenalin fuelled yet agile and graceful, 2Faced Dance seek to push the boundaries of the physical, producing dance works that demonstrate unique artistry, but also challenge and entertain. The visceral, tender and athletic language of urban and contemporary dance enables the company to connect to a range of audiences, participants and venues, embracing working with other artistic genres, disciplines and artists to create works that push the boundaries of the physical, inspire and challenge.


OUTLANDS is supported using public funding by Arts Council England, British Council and Esmee Fairbairn Foundation.

Times: 8pm
Venue: at The Place

This event is part of Autumn 2017